Logistics Management by Weapon System,
AIR FORCE LOGISTICS COMMAND WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH DIRECTORATE OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
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Headquarters Air Force requested the Air Force Logistics Command AFLC conduct a study to determine the feasibility of quantifying the resource impact of deleting particular weapon systems for the Air Force inventory. Therefore, the purpose of this study was 1 review the extent of weapon system visibility within the existing AFLC requirements data systems, and 2 conceptualize a management information system that would quantify in a timely manner the impact on AFLC managed andor controlled resources due to a significant change in the force composition or weaponsupport system capability. The study concentrated on the five areas that displayed the greatest potential for weapon system forecasting 1 Aircraft Modifications, 2 Aircraft Replenishment Spares and Repair Parts, 3 Aircraft Initial Spares and Repair Parts, 4 Depot Purchased Equipment Maintenance, and 5 Civilian Personnel.
- Administration and Management
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies